The French Dispatch Review: Wes Anderson's Stylish Love Letter Never Buries The Lead

The French Dispatch Review: Wes Anderson's Stylish Love Letter Never Buries The Lead
When you start a job in at a newspaper, you start at the bottom. As an intern at the Washington Post, that meant I was dropped right into Obituaries, where a sour-faced editor who obviously would rather be writing at the New York Times carved a bloody streak of red pen across every story I filed. It was a strange feeling, to start working at one of the biggest national newspapers to have its fingers on the pulse of America, and to be writing about dead people. When I asked my editor why that was, why Obits was where we had to...

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